Agency for dating
Essentially, if Tinder is Clapham High Street; Berkeley International is Cannes.
So, when I was asked if I wanted to try out Berkley International, a personal dating service for the slightly more discerning patron, it seemed like a nice change of pace.The set-up is distinctly old-fashioned, as Mairead explains: “We introduce you to a few people, and if you want to meet up, and they want to meet you, then we give the guy your number.The man calls you, the man arranges the date, the man picks you up, none of this ‘I’ll meet you at the tube at seven’ business. We didn’t go anywhere ridiculously expensive, for one date we went Dutch, for another he paid.All ABIA member agencies subscribe to the ABIA Code of Practice – your assurance of a fair deal.Although each has its own unique selling points, all ABIA member dating agencies have a strong commitment to providing professional singles with excellent service.Yvonne is currently expanding services on and offline to assist men and women to achieve their relationship goals and her videos and insights can also be seen by clicking here at Yvonne Allen Relationship Mentor.
Sometimes my love life feels like a late night trip to the fried chicken shop.
But it was still very different to going on a date with a random bloke I met in a bar, or someone on Tinder.
Mainly because the emphasis was on getting to know each other – there was no expectation that we’d be going home together at the end of the night (as Mairead had already said “it’s certainly not a shag-fest”).
Despite this, it still stings a bit when I hear that one of my dates agrees with my assessment.
Normally, if you go out with someone and don’t feel like there’s much chemistry, you just stop replying to their text messages.
“People are more discerning now – they care about wealth, family background, DNA,” she explains.